Debra Russell, Artists Marketing and Business Academy, business fundamentals, e-myth, business plan, team management

Prosperous, Profitable, Sustainable Business

First and foremost you are a business owner.

Whether you are pursuing your career in the Arts & Entertainment Industry full time or part time, you are a business owner.

Even if you never want to pursue it full time,  if you want to bring in income, you are a business owner.

Even if you don’t care if you never make a profit or a living from your art, if you want to make a difference in the world with your art, you are a business owner.

If you want to expand the impact of your art beyond your family, friends and co-workers, you are a business owner

So, the best way to approach your journey is to develop your business skills (along with your creative skills), and learn what it takes to create a prosperous, profitable, and sustainable business.

Business isn’t rocket science.  I know a lot of creative folks cringe at the thought of learning business, thinking “Yech, Business = boring, overwhelming, ugly, icky, not at all sexy!”

But you know what else is boring, overwhelming, ugly, icky and not at all sexy?

Being BROKE!  Being INVISIBLE!

So learn your business so that you can not only become prosperous – but so you can make your impact on the world.  The impact you are meant to create.

So you can fulfill your purpose.

In modern business it is not the crook who is to be feared most, it is the honest man who doesn’t know what he is doing.
William Wordsworth


Enroll in the Artists Marketing & Business Academy Foundation Program
to access the following classes today ($5 for first 10 days/$27 per month Tuition):

Foundation Program

  1. Business Management for the Creative Mind (or How to Run Your Art Business)
  2. Transitioning to Full-time With Your Art/Music Business


Upgrade to the Artists Marketing & Business Academy Professional Program
to access these advanced classes today ($49/month):

Professional Program

  1. How to Write the Dreaded Business Plan
  2. Create and Maintain Your Team

In addition to these General Business Skills Classes, the ArtistsMBA Fundamental Business Skills learning track includes 3 Sub-Specialty Tracks:

Special Bonus – Interviews with Experts

 

In the Hopper

Following are class topics Debra is currently considering for this Learning Track:

  • E-Myth Mastery
  • Terminology of Business

To suggest additional ideas, contact Debra